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Replacement Window Crank (MUST BE WHITE)

A home owner from Miami Beach, FL says:
I need to replace a window crank with the following specs:
Horizontal spacing - 1 1/8"
Vertical spacing - 5 1/4" (top hole is offset to the inside)
Arm - 2 5/16" #76 (stamped on arm)
Arm Hole - 3/8"

Stamped inside housing is a large 93 and
PAT NO D-198202 US
12 RD 1963 CAN

Not sure if this helps or you just chuckle every time someone provides that info but better safe than sorry.

Thank you
User submitted photos of a window crank.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Thanks for posting! We love to get as much information as possible for replacement hardware as it will surely help other customers in the future. Besides, you're absolutely right: it's always better to be safe than to be sorry! Thank you for the helpful information.

Now, for the operator, please take a look at our 39-025 and compare it to what you have. Could this be used as a possible match? Let me know what you think.
A home owner says:
Thanks for the reply. I have looked at a couple different cranks.

I re-measured the arm (on center, hole-to-hole) and it definitely appears to be 2 5/16. Is it better to go the 1/16 longer (39-061 @ 2 3/8) or 1/16 shorter (39-025 @ 2 1/4)?

On the 39-025, what is the diameter of the arm hole as a fraction? The "10-24 threading" is Greek to me. The 39-061 says 1/4" 20 which I assume means the size of the hole is 1/4" and 20 maybe refers to the closeness/tightness of the threading.

Thanks again
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Tom from SWISCO responded:
Thank you for getting back to us.

It appears the 39-061 Keller Window Crank may be a better fit. Take a look and see what you think.
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